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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
A Trip From God is a work of fiction penned by David E. Grubb in the dystopian, social issues, and drama subgenres. It is best suited to mature readers owing to some disturbing scenes and moderate adult content and discussion throughout. In this thought-provoking work about human nature, our belief in God, and belief in general, we meet Edwin Nedellaf at a time when he feels extremely stale and without purpose. Denouncing God leads Edwin to start his own cult, and the movement quickly grows with a snowball effect of wild ideas, dangerous schemes, and people discovering unusual and sinister things about themselves that they never previously thought possible.
At first, David E. Grubb appears to be an author with a wild and untamed imagination, and whilst this is true in such an inventive and unusual novel, it’s also not as surprising as it first seems when the inevitable conclusions about human nature start to fit together as the novel progresses. What seems to be wild ideas are ingenious extensions of the existing thought processes that govern much of the world today. Grubb’s satirical, no-nonsense storytelling style brings them to the fore with a bare-faced cheek that is highly readable and most admirable. Edwin is a protagonist that readers will not be able to look away from whether they like him or not, and his maniacal schemes drive the narrative forward, thanks to some witty dialogue and authoritative confidence that demands you stay for what happens next. I would recommend A Trip From God to fans of accomplished and thought-provoking satirical fiction everywhere.